Blog till your death!

The New York Times has an article about blogger’s health and their reluctance to In Web World of 24/7 Stress, Writers Blog Till They Drop By MATT RICHTEL Published: April 6, 2008 SAN FRANCISCO — They work long hours, often to exhaustion. Many are paid by the piece — not garments, but blog posts. This …

These scientist want you to be weak and die

A couple of “Dr’s” did some digging and couldn’t find a study that proved drinking 8 glasses of water a day contributes to human health – despite finding claims that “People in hot, dry climates and athletes have an increased need for water, and people with certain diseases do better with increased fluid intake” Did …

A moment of silence please…

The creator of the best fast food breakfast sandwich has passed: Herb Peterson, the inventor of the Egg McMuffin had passed away at the age of 89. Herb’s invention actually paved the way for McDonald’s to introduce breakfast to McDonald’s restaurants – previously only lunch & dinner were served. Herb actually began his career with …

Rooftop Demo -> Voyeur

Living on the top floor of my building has huge benefits. In the SOHO neighborhood, all the buildings are pre 1950s and have a height limit of 6 floors (a fluid dynamics issue where originally legacy pluming technology and NY’s shallow bedrock results in extremely low water pressure which limits the pumping of water to …

Maxed Out on Netflix

With the biggest banks falling down like bowling pins from the giant ball of bad financial decisions, so are most Americans (Citibank, Bear Sterns etc.). I’m too not alone when I say I have more debt that I’d like to have. When you live in NY, there’s so much out there to tempt you to …

You got Spitz’d!

No need to cover this at lengths, it’s all over the news and an hourly topic here in New York since the NYTimes broke the story. Already though I’m tired of hearing about it. First I do think prostitution should be legal, regulated and taxed like it is in Nevada. Too many women take to …

Apple now full of Air?

Apple released this week their latest innovation – the MacBook Air. A steller new laptop at only 3 lbs and fits in an envelop (according to the commercial). We’ve seen small thin laptops before from Sony, Sharp etc. but the innovation here is the attention to wireless connectivity for everything you do. Connecting to computers, …